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Her attitude is helping to conveying her ideas somehow regardless when she answers questions.

Is 'ing' wrongly added? or correct? (I've always thought a verb help is followed by a noun or to-infinitive.
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moon7296Her attitude is helping to conveying her ideas somehow regardless when she answers questions.
Is 'ing' wrongly added? or correct? (I've always thought a verb help is followed by a noun or to-infinitive.
The added "-ing" is indeed wrongly added. You've bastardized the verbal! Emotion: surprise
It can't be an infinitive and a gerund at the same time!

Also, " . . . . somehow regardless when she answers questions" is very casual, and seems improvised - although I've heard native speakers ad lib things like that.

We assume that "regardless" refers to prior context, in which her "answering style" is discussed, or criticized.
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Her attitude is helping to conveying her ideas somehow regardless when she answers questions.
Her attitude is helping to convey her ideas somehow, regardless of when she answers questions.

Is 'ing' wrongly added? or correct? (I've always thought a verb help is followed by a noun or to-infinitive.

Clive
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CliveHer attitude is helping to convey her ideas somehow, regardless of when she answers questions.
Aha! I parsed it differently!

When she answers questions, her attitude is somehow helping to convey her ideas, regardless/in spite (of her poor English).

Her attitude is helping to conveying her ideas somehow regardless when she answers questions.
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